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Kids from all over are invited to Mount Hope Farm this weekend to search the grounds for treats the Easter Bunny left behind. The fourth annual Mount Hope Farm Easter egg scavenger hunt is free … more
TIVERTON — The Tiverton Tree Commission will plant a small community orchard later this month next to the town library parking lot off Bulgarmarsh Road. Due to budget limitations, a few trees … more
Turning eyes to the heavens will be the order of the evening as all are invited to join the Men's Club at a star gazing meeting on Thursday, April 13 at 7 p.m. at the Rogers Free Library in Bristol. … more
A giant ogre, a faithful donkey, a beautiful princess and an assortment of well-known fairy tale characters will sing and dance their way across the Kickemuit Middle School stage this weekend. The … more
Take an epicurean tour of the sea, East Bay style. Rhode Island is home to a thriving seafood culture and industry with a deep heritage and bright future. Spend an evening sampling the harvest from some of the richest waters in the world — or as we like to call it, our backyard. Join us at The Barn at historic Mount Hope Farm for a night of locally-sourced seafood, craft beer and wine. more
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